Blog - On the Move

Multilateral cooperation, a key for migration governance

Migratory movements in Central and North America have been determined by diverse political, economic, environmental, social and cultural factors.


‘Leaving no one behind’: how states can help migrants access health services

The health of migrants is not only determined by individual biological aspects, but also by broader socio-economic factors such as social and community networks, living conditions, education, emplo...

5 key aspects on the migration of indigenous peoples

The number of people who decide to migrate is continually increasing. However, the experience of indigenous people has been systematically excluded from international migration frameworks. There is...

The missing link: using new data for migration governance

The lack of consistent data and collection techniques among countries inhibits the accurate identification of migration trends, as well as the impact that migration has on the institutional framewo...

Internal displacement, extractive transnational corporations and the protection of rights of affected communities
Internal displacement, extractive transnational corporations and the protection of rights of affected communities

The export of raw materials, hydrocarbons, and minerals occupy a prominent place in Latin America’s economic model. However, due to the extraction characteristics of some of these resources, enviro...

E-campus

In this platform developed by the IOM you will find a series of courses and products to learn about migration..¡Welcome E-campus!

I am a migrant

A platform for humanizing migrants’ stories in their own words.